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‘We have set the standard in discreet, selective and personalised introductions.’The firm, or ‘niche introduction agency for attractive professionals’ as it described itself, even offered a special service for the over-40s and the company boasted it had been featured in glossy magazines including Grazia and Cosmopolitan.It also claimed that all its consultants, as staff were called, were trained in neuro-linguistic programming, or NLP – a psychotherapy technique based on the connection between neurological processes and language – and this technique was used when potential members were interviewed.Feeling seriously offended, Ms Fontaine decided to ignore Elect Club’s demands for her to set up a direct debit. I was planning to get out before I had to pay any more money.’She was offered another introduction, this time to an IT worker called Terry, who was in his 50s and from Pinner.She says: ‘I thought I had better play ball and go along on at least one date, otherwise they would say I hadn’t tried.’They met at Sloane Square, in Chelsea, where Terry emerged from the Underground station wearing an anorak and carrying a rucksack.Mature Free And Single is dedicated to helping senior people across Australia find something they've been looking for - dating, friendship and maybe something more... We have created a safe and secure dating community to help you find like-minded singles!
This movie is not the best sci-fi ever but it’s a pretty good ride — and, conveniently for us, lasts only 116 minutes, giving a reasonable chance of getting out alive at the other end.
The company, Elect Club, claimed to have the ‘largest private database of single professionals in London’, including business leaders and entrepreneurs.
On its website, it boasted of being ‘the number one dating agency in the UK’ with branches in several major cities.‘Elect Club is an exclusive social network for attractive, dynamic, eligible professionals looking for a serious relationship,’ it said.
Were these fees accurate charisma-assessments the differential would have been even greater.
So this is a high-concept plot from writer Jon Spaihts, who has previously contributed to Prometheus and Doctor Strange, but unfortunately it doesn’t quite have the nerve to stay with the moral enormity we’ve witnessed, ultimately undoing the case by making it plain that other outcomes would have intervened anyway. “So we’re stranded on a sinking ship,” observes Aurora, just in case anybody has missed that really we’re all at sea here, as much as in outer space.
Francis Clauson submitted two complaints about the advert on TV3 and RTÉ.